Corpus ID: 40682929

A case report of successful relactation.

@article{KayhanTetik2013ACR,
  title={A case report of successful relactation.},
  author={Burcu Kayhan-Tetik and Aylin Baydar-Artantaş and Gamze Bozcuk-G{\"u}zeldemirci and Yusuf {\"U}st{\"u} and Gonca Yilmaz},
  journal={The Turkish journal of pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={55 6},
  pages={
          641-4
        }
}
Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended from birth until the first six months and then with complementary feeding up to age two. In our country, only 41.6% of infants are exclusively breastfed during the first six months, and the average duration of breastfeeding is 16 months.The term 'relactation' is used for the resumption of breastfeeding in infants who were not breastfed before or who quit suckling due to an illness of the mother or infant, breast problems, rejection of suckling by the… Expand

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